The news outlet's focus on "African" Australians hasn't let up, even after an editorial calling for an end racial division.
Crikey readers discuss climate policy, national funds, and the Carla McGrath removal.
The Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance is warning of more trouble at Fairfax.
The ABC has said that its new restructure, which will see 20 journalists and producers lose their jobs to make room for new digital strategy, will address several "flaws" in its publishing processes.
The minions at News Corp were probably worried they'd never find another scapegoat. Bully for them.
In a statement to the market, Fairfax boss Greg Hywood said the company would continue to publish while its journalists were on strike. The company has also threatened to fire journalists who are taking part in the wildcat strike, write Sally Whyte and Emily Watkins
The champions of press freedom need to do more than cloak themselves in glib phrases, writes MEAA CEO Paul Murphy.
The history of large generalist newsrooms -- that is, daily newspapers -- suggests a strong correlation between quantity and quality, writes journalist and media-watcher Christopher Warren.